Willis Towers Watson Healthcare Industry Leader in Chicago, Illinois
Healthcare Industry Leader
Date Posted: September 10, 2018
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The Health Care Industry Leader (HCIL) for North America will deliver directional management including financial and operational responsibility for the relevant Business Unit and adherence to Group standards. Working with CRB leadership, the HCPL will be responsible for building, developing and growing the Health Care CRB business and cross sell with Client Relationship Directors and the Human Capital Practice across the U.S., enhancing strategic client and market relationships.
The Health Care Industry Leader (HCIL) for North America will deliver directional management including financial and operational responsibility for the relevant Business Unit and adherence to Group standards. Working with CRB leadership, the HCPL will be responsible for building, developing and growing the Health Care CRB business and cross sell with Client Relationship Directors and the Human Capital Practice across the U.S., enhancing strategic client and market relationships. This role requires the professional to have strong influencer characteristics and a flexible leadership personality style. This role has two direct reports and multiple matrix reports. Direct reports include the National HC Intellectual Capital and Operational Excellence Leader and the National Clinical and Risk Management Expert. Key matrix reports include an Industry Knowledge Manager, an Industry Captive Specialist, a National Industry Broking Leader, RCCA National HC Claims Specialist and Centers Of Excellence (COE) Leadership = Senior Living, Physicians, Hospital and Healthcare Systems (3). As the North American HCIL, you will act as a solution expert, who will establish and maintain excellent working relationships both internally and externally with WTW Client Professionals, Clients and Carriers. You will promote products and deliver the highest level of service to Willis Towers Watson networks and key strategic stakeholders. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Responsible for strategic direction of the business and provide executive leadership internally
Maintain alignment with North America CRB core business objectives
Assist Producers and Lead sales efforts within the Health Care segment including participating in high profile RFPs, serving as keynote speaker in relevant opportunities and ensuring market connectivity
Lead branding in the Health Care segment including content, analytics, affiliate relationships, training & education, COI networking
Provide operational leadership by leading an efficient business (resource deployment)
Responsible for leading National Health Care team focused on stimulating revenue growth and meeting business objectives by placing new business, improving retention rates, increasing commission rates and utilizing group resources
Provide expertise for difficult to place business, including marketing new business opportunities and securing coverage
Influence Local Team review of renewal business for adequacy of coverage and competitive rates
Negotiate terms for major accounts and provide expertise for difficult to place business as required by local service teams, working with placement professionals within broking
Coordinate with National Broking lead and all Regional and in Country Broking Officers on the national broking strategy for Health Care Placements
Coordinate with the local offices, Regional Partners and Managing Partners to ensure alignment between broking and production strategies
Recruit, motivate, mentor and manage workflow of assigned National Health Care Team members; ensure local succession planning is in place
Direct/delegate work of others
To ensure that all Associates that he/she manages are adequately trained and competent to enable them to be successful in putting the interests of clients and the integrity of the market at the heart of the way they do business
Demonstrated experience utilizing strong influence leadership skills with the ability to navigate matrix organizational structures
10+ years of experience in underwriting, broking and/or Health Care Risk Management, preferably in a leadership position
University Degree, MBA, RN and/or or Legal degree a plus, not required
Professional qualifications of ARM, CPCU, CRM or similar or relevant industry experience preferred
Knowledge and understanding of global marketplace with a particular focus in North America Professional liability risk and related solutions
Proven experience leading the strategic development and delivery of the relevant Business Units to ensure sustainable, profitable growth
Knowledge of and experience working with various Health Care Insurance Markets
Ability to manage and lead staff (as and when required)
Ability to provide expert, in depth advice to client resulting in overall client satisfaction
Demonstrated success leading the development of new and existing business propositions and sales pipelines
Skilled at interfacing with customers
Strong communication and presentation skills
Proven track record of developing new partner markets where needed locally and support nationally based relationships with carriers and clients
Budget and financial forecasting capabilities
Ability to operate in a matrix environment
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Location:Chicago, IL, US
Date Posted:September 10, 2018